Manhattan Theatre Club presents the world premiere of Penelope Skinner's exploration of our need for free will and connection, even in a world on the brink of extinction. More…
Sometime in the future, spouses Dolores and Silver (TV star Tim Daly) are living their lives within the constraints of a new world order. In an act of what seems like generosity, Dolores secretly opens their home to a stranger in need, but will she come to regret it? Can her actions have an impact or is it just too late?
See it if It was very confusing. There was no back story as to WHY!! Tim Daly was great. He played it very understated and showed his humanity.
Don't see it if Especially when his wife killed herself and the baby.
See it if You like the idea of a near-future dystopia that discourages having children. Fans of Divergent or The Hunger Games may enjoy it.
Don't see it if You expect clear exposition of the play's circumstances. Avoid if you prefer happier stories or if you dislike a lack of resolution.
See it if You like futuristic theatre. The actors. need to settle into their roles a bit more. Tim Daly looks fantastic and has GREAT shoes in this.
Don't see it if Want a plot that makes sense. Poison Milk for cats that somehow sneak into the apt., letting a total stranger live with you. Confusing.